Grandparenting: A Survival Guide: How Better to Understand Yourself, Your Children, and Your Children's Children

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9780963838520: Grandparenting: A Survival Guide: How Better to Understand Yourself, Your Children, and Your Children's Children
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This book is not only a gift to grandparents, but a wonderful resource for parents and others who work with children. The information is comprehensive and the list of resources invaluable. Fridstein tells it like it is, acknowledging the variations of family constellations, while creating safety for grandparents feelings about their role. Never overly clinical, it is flavored lovingly, honestly, and humorously. Her words comfort and inspire.

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Mother of four and grandparent of 11. She has practiced psychotherapy for 25 years. Her degrees are from Northwestern University and a post graduate certificate from the CAPT program, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis Formerly Psychotherapist and Director of Mental Health Education at the Irene Josselyn Clinic in Northfield Illinois. She continues a her specialty in children and child development in private practice in Aspen Colorado.

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